There’s nothing creepy about a mass of headless sculptures in Chicago that seem to be mindlessly wandering through Grant Park, said no one ever.

Agora, which means “gathering place in Greek”

Created by  Magdalena Abakanowicz, this headless art installation in Grant Park features 106 nine-foot tall torsos. 

Some seem to be walking, while others seem anchored in place.

Each sculpture weighs  eighteen hundred pounds and  while they look the same, they  all have different details. 

The project took the artist and three assistants from 2004 to 2006 to complete. Private donors included Robin Williams.

The artist said this about the sculptures:

“These aren’t  really people.  They are shell-like  negatives of the  human form. Think  of them as bark  falling off a tree."

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